Data-driven systems for exploring and publishing visual media and news.
An analysis of human space flight, nationalism, and social media.
An open memorial developed for the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination.
Hacking the logistical and emotional challenges of breastfeeding.
Continuous, non-invasive, optical blood pressure monitoring built for mobile devices.
Software developed while with Walt Disney Imagineering R&D/CXP in Los Angeles.
A real-time visualization of trending topics during SXSW created with Beak Labs for Samsung Mobile and Twitter, and installed at AMOA-Arthouse.
Small expressions of an interest in information.
A 3D laser scanner built with Arduino and Processing, and scans of interior spaces.
A project for people who are grieving.
A reference tool for the Processing IDE.
Sculpture and sound installed in a vacant warehouse at 425 Bedford St. in West Dallas.
An electronic mouthpiece built to censor 1300 memories.
A multidisciplinary performance choreographed by McArthur Fellow Shen Wei.
Savannah Niles is an artist/researcher based in Cambridge, MA. She is a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab.